Campus safety task force must consider greater institutional change when making its final recommendations
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Campus safety task force must consider greater institutional change when making its final recommendations

Although the task force’s initial recommendations are well-intentioned, more radical change is necessary to fundamentally alter campus policing In response to large-scale national demonstrations and calls for local…

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Why my polluted blood is boiling and yours should be too
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Why my polluted blood is boiling and yours should be too

It’s time for the Biden Administration to protect the American people from “forever chemicals,” forever Teflon. An invention as American as apple pie, it has been used in…

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Cartoon
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Cartoon

The new home school. Are you really going to school if you attend in bed?  Drawn by: Ke Lin –– keylin@ucdavis.edu  Disclaimer: (This cartoon is humor and/or satire, and…

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Civil rights are not a trend: Black lives still matter in 2021
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Civil rights are not a trend: Black lives still matter in 2021

America has a long road ahead before truly uprooting issues of police brutality, white supremacy and systemic racism Last year, the deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud…

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Davis has had 0 bike crashes since March 2020; university promises to change that
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Davis has had 0 bike crashes since March 2020; university promises to change that

I mean, if I’m not getting yeeted off my bike once a quarter, why am I paying to go here? Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, many Davis students have…

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President Biden’s commitment to environmental and social justice are perfectly aligned with Catholic values
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President Biden’s commitment to environmental and social justice are perfectly aligned with Catholic values

In parallel with the pope, U.S. must address the impacts of environmental issues on BIPOC communities On Jan. 22, 2021, President Joe Biden became only the second Catholic…

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Why we need to understand the roots of riots
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Why we need to understand the roots of riots

The Capitol riots signal the threat of extremism, leaving teenagers especially vulnerable for online recruitment All hope was yet to be lost. During a “Save America” rally on…

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As we approach the end of the quarter, now is a good time to reach out to instructors
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As we approach the end of the quarter, now is a good time to reach out to instructors

Many of us are dealing with both school-related and pandemic-related emotional stress The quarter system can be brutal even without the added emotional stress of living in a…

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The Editorial Board calls on UC Davis Athletics to withdraw from high-contact gameplay this season
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The Editorial Board calls on UC Davis Athletics to withdraw from high-contact gameplay this season

As COVID-19 death counts continue to rise, a strict following of COVID-19 guidelines is necessary to ensure the health and safety of student-athletes As vaccinations increase and the…

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Your post-Valentine’s Day reminders and remedies
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Your post-Valentine’s Day reminders and remedies

The only difference between you and a calendar is that the calendar had a date for Valentine’s Day I’ll be honest with you. The past few weeks leading…

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Each year, a new disaster spawns
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Each year, a new disaster spawns

 Drawn by: Ke Lin –– keylin@ucdavis.edu   Disclaimer: (This cartoon is humor and/or satire, and its content is purely fictional. The story and names of “sources” are fictionalized.)

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New super-coronaviruses discovered
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New super-coronaviruses discovered

Technically they’re mutants, but that didn’t sound as cool As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to rage on, many mutations of the virus have developed. Last week, however, researchers…

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Religious nuts
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Religious nuts

Drawn by: Rushi Tawade –– rntawade@ucdavis.edu  Disclaimer: (This cartoon is humor and/or satire, and its content is purely fictional. The story and names of “sources” are fictionalized.)

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A comprehensive understanding of our country’s history is the only way to fix present inequities
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A comprehensive understanding of our country’s history is the only way to fix present inequities

The Editorial Board recognizes the importance and significance of Black History Month In 2021, Black History Month has come at a time when Black Americans are dying of…

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We must make time to understand international injustice
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We must make time to understand international injustice

Staying informed on other countries’ affairs is as important as knowing about those in your home country For most of us, life hasn’t felt quite right for some…

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